Manufacturers like Apple and Samsung have recently introduced image stabilizers into their cameras. Find out everything about image stabilization here.
How much are you paying for Internet services now? Imagine paying none of that to connect to the world’s biggest knowledge library. Is it even possible? Let’s find out.
It’s a trend that hardware devices are getting smaller and smaller, but does being smaller make it a better device? Let’s check it out.
Most smartphones nowaday come with a kill-switch. Are kill switches really a good idea for the purposes they serve? Let’s look into the details.
There is a probability that a Chrome extension you are using is injecting advertisements without your knowledge. What can you do about it?
One of the questions aspiring coders ask themselves is, “Where do I start?” Here are a couple of programming languages that you should pick up in 2015.
Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will not require manufacturers to include an option to turn off secure boot. Is Linux being phased out by design?
The innovation in wearable devices has now allowed us to track our health on the move. Is this a boon or a bane? Find out all you need to know about wearable health tracking.
Late in January 2015, Microsoft’s system chief said in an announcement that Windows 10 will come as a free upgrade. What’s with this change? Let’s find out.
Using your fingerprint or retina to authorize yourself into an account has been around for a long time., but will it become the future of online banking? Let’s find out.
Apple released a new MacBook with a new USB Type-C port. Let’s find out what exactly is USB Type-C and the problems it was trying to solve.
When there are sudden increase of traffic to a server, it will crash. A solution to this is to use a load balancer. Here’s what you need to know about load balancing.
The US government is intending to introduce new laws to protect the privacy of individuals on the Internet. Here is what you need to know about this proposal.
Is 5G Internet a pipe dream, or can we actually achieve a universal super-fast mobile internet?
While everyone is excited about the conveniences of Internet of Things, few have looked how the security landscape will become as a consequence.
Most people are used to “the Internet,” but what if one day we would have to use “internets” to describe what we’re connecting to? Is that even possible?
Most computers are still using fan and heat sink to cool theselves down. For those who are interested, here are 4 great amazing cooling techniques you can use.
With the new HTTP/2, let’s find out what this new protocol version does, how it can improve the loading speed of webpages and how you can benefit from it.